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Mining Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

Ijftfotog fgutdttgniw. The Escort left the Camp on Saturday with 1499 ozs. lfl dwts. 4 grs.f and £1461 in cash. We can have no better proof of-.the resources of Kiandra than its escort, and this week in par ticular, which, taking into .consideration the exodus from this place during the, week, and the large escort produced, proves more effectually than anything we can advance that,-, aa a gold field, it gives a far greater average to the working population than any at present discovered ; ana many who rashly threw up their claims on pur pose to go to Crack-em-back upon the strength oi the reports circulated in reference to that place, finding it a complete take in, may for a time try some other field, but will eventually find their way back to the Snowy, as possessing far greater advantages to the miner thau any other. During last week the river has again been throwing up its vast treasures, some of which appeared is the shape and substance of a very fine nugget weighing 16 ozs. 5 d...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Telegraph. TUESDAY, 11TH DECEMBER, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

Zkt <iclfi\rapli. TUESDAY, 11th DECEMBER, 1860. The aflairs of the National School of Eden have not yet come to a crisis—no one seems to know who is the Chairman, or who the Secretary of the Local Board of Patrons—and perhaps it would be to the interest of those whom the institution is designed to benefit, if there were no such officere appointed. We have purposely avoided rtferririg to this sub- j . ject in the hopej^>;jMicawber says," that something migbtltui-ntip'' which would allow the cutrtiltJ bf fffiBiirs in our local school to run smoothly oijt; jbut so far from arriving at such an issu^ sppcferances grow daily worse, and we areata loss to understand how tile machine is again*-io fie set'3 in tno&bii. To give our readers^'-tclear idfea of our present "fix," wo must remind them of the order of events which Has led to lit First there was the feud among J... • . the old patrons—Mr, Keon alone and dignified on the one side, and Mr. Patrick James Mur ray wit...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HE NEGLECTED VILLAGE (BOMBALA.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

kE NEGLECTED VILLAGE fBOMBALAI [NOT BV GOLDSMITH!. Rom wintry winds encircled, thrice glorious sight A way-worn digger hula the prospect with delight! lie roadside sign espies-his laggmg pace grow, quicker K<*tb the weltering swag he hastes—to liquor {" Entre nous" die desert's pool is sot more blest By thirsty tmvellert than—"The Travellers' Heat ») A sentinel 'tis said, in daps long since gone bve ' His post, midst Pompeis' downfall, scorned to fly £ en so, in listless, fasy, langour 'gainst the door Iieans the dread myrmidon o' the Law, The hurrying host, ere ready waits the sound, That seems the vulgar watchword, '• nobblers round • " Xbe noisy crowd discuss (one common topic o' the day Save two or three, who with looks of import strav The common herd, in cautious, broken, whispers snesk A something (Hush! for walls hare ear*) about x CLIQUE. ' * me digger seeks a Paper—rain presumptuous thought. ^d when be grumbles ('twouldmake us grumble too) The landlord pleads—Fiv...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

- ♦ ■ ■ • Mttttttifltaft. Better Late than Never.—We received tbe following letter through the Post which arrived hero on Sunday last If the writer should ever attain the position of an M. P. we hope he. will look after our Post Office arrangements. Moraya, 27th November, 1860. To the Editor of the Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. Sir,— It is my intention to dis pute the election of this county at the coming election with Mr. D. Egan,; having been assured by many of the Electors here of being supported by them. I am opposed in many ways to Mr. Egan's principles. I willfeel obliged by your inserting this in your valuable journal JOHN CONNELLY. Mr, SHAif lent a few volumes of the work called ."My Note Bpok" to people in the Bay, and he will be much obliged if tney return them to complete his <wt.

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH TO MELBOURNE.) [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

£H<tocU. i (uv larx-Titic telegraph to memjoikxe.) \ We prrceive by the Melbourne J'apers which arrived by the Tasmania, on Sunday last, that the following gentlemen have been returned by decisive majorities, to terve as members iu the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, for the district of East Sydney—Messrs. Cowpcr, Parkes, Caldirel', and Stewart; these gentlemen have individually pronounced in favor of Free Selection before Survey. This is a most telling fact in favor of the prin ciple of Free Selection before Survey, and argues well for the successful carriage of the Land liiil through the new Legislative Assembly. Capture of Mb. Hexrt Vallentine, of Ross.—On Saturday the policc succeeded in ap prehending Mr. Henry Vallentine, the storekeep er, whose sudden disappearance from his place of busiuess at Ross, three months ago, caused such general consternation in the district in which he resided, and also Launceston and Hobart Town, where he had carried on transacti...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

PUBLIC MEETING. The meeting convened at the Court House, for the purpose of taking into consideration the advisability of requesting the Rev. Mr. Leish maii to undertake the duties of pastor of this township and surrounding district, took place on Friday evening last. After the delivery of a very expressive and eloquent discourse by the Rev. gentleman, most of the congregation present at once formed themselves into a meeting, when the following resolutions were proposed and carried unanimously. Proposed by Mr. Martin and seconded ty Mr Prescott— " Believing that the reading, but especially the preaching of the Word, an effectual means of conversion, in the opinion of this meeting, it is highly desirable that we have a stated minister in this place, who ' will regularly dispense amongst us the ordinances of the Christian Religion." Proposed by Mr. McHaffie and seconded by Mr. Johnston— "Believing that the Rev. Mr. Leishman is sufficiently gifted, as well as duly approved and called t...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

^Mourne. The serious mortality in Melbourne and its I suburbs from scarlatina and measles, which during | the last six weeks lias amounted to (he alarui'ng I number of throe hundred and nine deaths, has induced the Central Board of Health to an nounce to the public generally that no small por l tion of this mortality is duo to imperfect clean {litH'fjs and ventilation,and the neglect of parties in ' calling in medical aid under the impression that measles in an uuimportant disease. Au attempt will we understand short y W mailt: in the Supreme Court to oust Mr. John Thomas Smith from the Mayoralty. The grouud of the application is that Mr. Smith, although 011 the citizens' roll is not a ratepayer, t le house for which he qualifies being occupied by mother gen tleman by whom, and Lot by Mr. Smith, the rates are paid. A snecial general meeting of the shareholders of the National Bank was held yesterday, and i a resolution was passed authorising tho directors ! to write oft' the losses,...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. To the Editor of The Twofold Bay and Maneroo Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

(ftawtfjraiidetta. To the Editor of The Taofdd Bay and Maneroo Felearewk. Sie,—Id your issue of the 7th instant* in the report of Mr. Egan's nomination, I am re ported to have asked him the follpwjag question. —" Are you in favor of having.a iqjeuq trunk liue from Ncfligen to the Sugar Loaf J " The real question asked wtfulfl read thus— " Are you in favor of a main trunk frpm Eden to the table land of Maneroo, and prepared to advo cate a firet class road .as already made from Nelli i»en to Braidwood via Suear Loaf?" E. w. Latton. j

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Shipping Intelligence. PORT IF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY Wind N.W., weather stormy. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

PORT OF EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. Wind n.w., weather stormy. Arrivals. December 8.—Wonga Wonga steamer, Walker, I from Melbourne passengers 3 December 9.—Tasmania steamer, Clinch from Melbourne passengers 8 December 10.—Lady Denison, brig, M'K inlay ! from Sydney. ! December 19.—Gypsey schooner, Shepherd from ' fsydney passengers 6 j Departures. December 8.— Wonga Wonga steamer Walker for Sydney passengers cabin 3 steerage 5 December 9.—Tasmania steamer, Clinch for Sydney. j December 10.—Lady Denison brig, M'Kinlay for Launceston 1 passenger. I Imports. , Tasmania from Melbourne.—1 barrel beer, Cullen ; 20 bags flour, 2 packages tea, 6 packages soap, 2 packages egjrs, 2 casks, *2 bags potatoes, , 1 basket onions, 1 cliilds carriage, G. Wilson. j Lady Denison from Sydney—5 tons flour. Gypsey from Sydney.—10 eases brandy, 2 tons sugar, 2 tons flour, 1 dray, 3 tons iron, 10 eases sundries, 1 hhd beer. i Exports. Lady Deuison for Lauuccston.—G bags bran. '

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

STEAM BETWEEN Sydney&Merimbula Encouraged by the increasing Traffic with MERIMBULA, Being by far (lie nearest Port to the Kiandra Diggings, the Directors ol' the I.S.N. Co. have resolved on the PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT of the Steamship " H U X T E R," Between Mcrimbula nnd Sydney, leaving Syd ney every FRIDAY at 10 a.m., and Merimljula every SIjXDAY, at C a.111. FARES: 30s. only. N.B.—Travellers may rely upon the unvarying regularity of the Steamer, as well as upon her great spead in auy weather. d :il FIRSf SHIP for the FEBRUARY" SALES ABERDEEN LINE of CLIPPERS. For LONDON, Direct, To sail positively December 9, The new Aberdeen Clipper-built Ship, MORAVIAN, A 1 10 years, 906 tous per register, WILLIAM EDWARD, Commander, This noble vessel was built expressly for the Australian trade, by Walter llood mid Company, and forms one of the justly-crlclirated line of Aberdeen clippers owned by Messrs. George Thompson, junior, and Company, of London, of which The Omar Pasha, Capt. Th...

Publication Title: Twofold Bay Telegraph
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

Arrival akd Departure of Mails. The Postal arrangements at the Eden Post Office are as follow :— The ILlim Abeivb, From Bombala axd Cooma, every Sunday 3 p.m. Thb Mails Ciobk, Foa Sydney.—Via Nelligen, Bega, Panbula, and Merimbula, Every Friday and Monday, 9 p.m. and by the Steamer To-night. Foa Melbourne.—By the Steamer on Wednes day. Fob Bombala, Cooha, &c, every Tuesday, 3 pjn

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS. December 8.—Hunter steamer, Sullivan from passengers 14. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

MER1MBULA. Arrivals. j December 8.—Hunter uteamcr, Sullivan from : passengers 14. v j Imposts. i Hunter from Sydney.—1 chests, 1 bundle bedding, 2 bags, Hammond ; 2 chests tea, Cusick; 1 bag barley sugar, Pickhard; 5 bagB sugar, Brausby ; lcaso port, 1 bag seeds, Jane Hibburd; 1 box pipes, 1 package tobacco, Jaggers ; 2 hhds ale, Rawson: 2 cases beer, Mc Causland; qr. cask wine, 1 case ginger wine, I case. 1 bos sperms, £ cliest tea, 3 bags sugar, Covington ; 2 bags flour, Duncan ; 1 case, Shick ; 1 Jar, Perry; 1 package, Grcely; 1 case, W. Hibburd; 1 small box, McPhce; 1 cask porter, Howard ; 1 trunk, 1 case, Leonard; 21 mats sugar, qr eas-k vinegar, 4 boxes tea, J cask currants, 2 bags raisins, 1 bag nuts, 1 do rice, 1 case, Kirkwood ; 2 tons and 4 bags rock salt, 27 bags Liverpool salt, 24 chests tea, 5 kegs nails, 1 package, 2 parcels, 1 bundle harness, 1 bale woolpacks, 2 drums tar, 1 bundle I bullock bows, 3 cases, 2 bales, 1 rase saddlery, 20 bags flour, 210 mats sugar, I bal...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 11 December 1860

BIRTH. At Kameruka, on the 9th inst., Mrs. James MANNING, of a Daughter.

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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

Iprftotirw. Severf, Storm and Fr,ooD in Melbourne One of the severest storms which visited Mel bourne for many years look place ou Saturday night and yesterday, and the season of the year, when such an occurrence might he least expected made it the more remarkable. Kariy on Satur day evening the clouds began to gather, and distant thunder was heard. As tiie ovenui" advanced the thunder became more distinct, and f-hort showers prevailed at frequent iutervnls, A little before midnight the storm burst, and a perfect deluge of rain poured down, and it con tinued to do so, with hardly anv intermission, until about 11 a.m. yesterday, when the rain' gradually decreased ill violence, thougb it still continued to fall almost during the day. The appearance of Melbourne during the evening was as if it had been subjected to au inundation. The whole of Elizabeth-street, from the Bush Inn south, was one mass of water, and Flinders-street was the same. Many of the stores and shops were flooded to ...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DENISON WARD—Two Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

DENISOX WAltl)—Two Candidates. Woods 330 Broughton* 162 Majority for Woods, 168. Those marked with stars are the Aldermen who retired. Weekly Empire, Nov. 7. Extensive Fire in Sussex-street.—On Sa turday evening last, a little after eight o'clock, some boya playing at the extreme southern end of Sussex-street, observed flames issuing from Mr. A. Coopers wine and spirit store, an exten sive range of buildings, the last on the western side of Sussex-street. One of them immediately ran to the residence of Mr. Waters, foreman of the No. 1 Volunteer Firo Company, and another gave information at the No. 1 Fire Brigade sta tion, at tho south end of Pitt-street. Mr, Waters at once hastened to the spat indicated, and on his arrival found that the fUmes had olre.idy gathered great strength, brraking through the roof at the centre of the building, Shortly after him, In spector Ilealy. of the li. division, with detectives Abigail and lloUostou arrived, and an entrance was made into the promises...

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FITZROY WARD—Two Candidates [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

FITZROY WARD—Two Candidates Sutton 411 Butler 305 Majority for Sutton, 100.

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MACQUARIE WARD—Four Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

WACQL'AIHE WAKD—Four Candidates. Chapman ... 205 Macintosh 129 Wiley 11 Tanks ... 3 Majority for Chapuiau 7G.

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PHILLIP WARD—One Candidate. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

PHILLIP WARD—Owe Candidate. Sutherland £3

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COOK WARD—Two Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

COOK WARD—Two Candidates. Steel 331 Murphy* 100 Majority for Steel, 171.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Twofold Bay Telegraph — 14 December 1860

sCocal ^fntcUigcnrc. Monaroo.—Mr. Kesterton a decidcd liberal, is in the field for Monaroo, against Mr. Hamilton j in the squatting interest I Divine Service.—The Rev. Mr. Leishman will preach at Paubula on Sabbath forenoon, at 11 o'clock, and in the Court House at Eden the same evening, at 7 o'clock. This will not, we understand, interfere with Sunday morning ser vice being read by Mr. Dixson as usual at the same place. N i.w Conveyance to Panbula.—We bear it is the intention of Mr. Chisholm, formerly the , driver of Mr. James Hi soil's coach to Panbula, to 6tart a conveyance of his own within a few | days hence, and that the fare will be much lower than that at present charged. Accident in tiie Bay.—On Wednesday last, on the arrival of the Wonga Wonga, she fouled the lighter belonging to the Messrs. Solomon. )!ef<ire the latter was extricated, a rope by which she was attached to the steamer gave way, and ; very seriously cut the hand of the mate of the 1 steamer. The Au...

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